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using the catalist data [the rofessor testified] anda"aa&i found identified by catalist as black, white oo hispanic identified themselves in the race projected by catalist."e rosenberg says: "if there was a perception that catalist was cooking the books in any way, you know,,they would llse all their clients, right? i pean this is -- they're all about integrity."" perhaps; but a look at catalist's website shows they the firm says its mission is "to provide progressive organizations with the data and services needed to better identify, understand, and communicate withhthe people they need toopersuade and clients include every ajor power ppayer on the left, from the democratic house and &psenate campaign committees to emily's list and planned parenthood to the 2008 obama campaign. house judiciary committee chairman lamar smith, a republican √°from√° texas, wrote today to attorney general older asking why such aa openly partisan firm was engaged to provide data for an ostensibly non- partisan agency.smith says: "if the tables were ttrned, parties and republican candidates, repub
these progressive causes and says could you help me gather my statistics? >> i think the credibility of catalist as a company is beyond refute and reproach. i think you have universities all over the country, yale university, harvard university, brigham young university, using them to gather data that no other private company is able to do. they ally themselves with progressive causes but they are an independent company that works for any range of environmental causes. professional political scientists work at universities are looking for truth. they are in the business of knowledge production. they are not after a partisan political agenda or motive. megyn: really? professors at universities? >> the good folks at harvard university are somehow not credible but ma lahr smith is a credible source. megyn: generally universities aren't exactly a bastion of conservativism either. >> lamar smith, we know what he's a bastion of. megyn: i heard a lot of things that are making my head spin. >> there are a number of companies, one called westec. if you wanted to do that. but what's important is we can ar
that does not exist. >> let's take a look, congressman, at the list of past clients of this firm, catalist. president obama's 2008 presidential campaign, democratic governors association, democratic senatorial campaign committee, the american civil liberties union, aclu, the morale pro choice foundation, the democratic trust so i think that's a pretty good support of what you're arguing, right? >> that's correct and even on their web site, catalist says it's our intent to promote and help progressive organizations. we call those liberals down here in texas. are they saying that the department of justice is a liberal organization that they are helping to promote? it comes across that way. they have no credibility. the judge shouldn't even listen to what their documents are presented in court have to say. so just another example of them having their mind made up and they're trying to prove something against the state of texas that really does not exist rather than enforcing voter i.d. law and voter integrity law that they're supposed to do, they're going after the state of texas in just the
system, but for 50 years at least when it comes to the catalist system, whether you are republican or a democrat, cheerleading is the substitute for serious questions, for serious debate. >> rose: preet bharara and the debate against capitalism when we continue. >> funding for charlie rose was provided by the following. >> rose: additional funding provided by these funders. >> and by bloomberg. a provider of multimedia news and information services worldwide. >> from our studios in new york captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. >> rose: preet bharara is here, he is the u.s. attorney for the southern district of new york, a powerful job, he has held since 2009. he is best known for cracking down hard on financial misconduct, with a series of insider trading convictions to his credit he has been called the sheriff of wall street. he is also held all kinds of criminals to account from drug lords to crooked politicians and recently focused on the recent threat of cyber crime i am pleased to have him here at this table. i me
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